Eastman Kodak emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and plans to continue as a smaller digital imaging company.
Ditching cable can cut your monthly bills, but leaves you without a way to watch live sports. Here are some alternatives for football fans.
A venerable carmaker takes tech to a new level and a streaming music company backtracks again on a controversial usage cap, those and more are in stocks news this week.
A CEO of a branding agency gave a huge gift to a domestic violence charity on ABC's "Secret Millionaire" to honor a long-time employee who was murdered by her...
A week into the blackout of CBS programming to millions of Time Warner Cable subscribers, viewers are finding workarounds.
WWE, the major leagues of pro wrestling, builds a state-of-the-art facility where up-and-coming wrestlers can train alongside established professionals.
Walt Disney predicts it will lose between $160 million and $190 million on the theatrical flop "The Lone Ranger."
For the second day in a row, a major U.S. newspaper has been sold. This time, it's the Washington Post, which has been bought by Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos for $250 million.
In a shocking move, the tech CEO bought one of the country's biggest newspapers for $250 million.
CBS and Time Warner Cable can't work out their differences, so they want the 3 million viewers affected by the spat to help settle the fee fight.
Newsweek is being sold to IBT Media, a digital-only media firm, the companies announced this weekend.
From kid-centric LeapFrog to the grown up games of Caesars, this week's most interesting earnings reports will come from sellers of fun. But investors won't all be amused.
For the first time, the Spanish-language network Univision has come in first for four straight weeks in the ratings contest among viewers 18 to 49. What does the future hold?
Sprint says it is suing Dish Network to block its offer for Clearwire, on the eve of a key deadline in a takeover battle that also includes Japanese mobile carrier SoftBank.
Ad revenue for the coming fall season at News Corp.'s Fox Network is forecast drop 10 percent from a year ago, but rivals CBS and NBC expect modest increases.